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Parenting Support

Parenting therapy is a specialized form of therapy that works with parents to help them face difficult moments in parenting. This type of therapy provides a judgment-free zone for parents to discuss tough moments in parenting and learn how to better manage these tough moments moving forward. Parenting therapy also helps parents identify, address, and manage their own past or present experiences that may be affecting the way they relate to their child. In some cases, parenting therapy may also help parents better communicate between each other to maintain a cohesive and structured parenting approach. Overall, parenting therapy aims to provide parents with the necessary knowledge, tools, guidance, and support to take care of their children in the most ideal way possible.

Parenting therapy can offer many benefits for both parents and their children. For parents, parenting therapy offers:

  • Valuable education on how to respond to their children

  • Support during tough parenting periods

  • A safe place to process emotions

  • Awareness of community resources

  • Strategies to better address family functioning


For children, parenting therapy can offer:

  • Practice with emotion regulation

  • A safe place to express and process emotions

  • An alternative way to communicate

  • Support from their parents and therapist

  • Education on how to verbalize feelings

  • Feeling more involved in family functioning

Child Psychologist
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